Writerly Words from the Desk of Dru # 4: Contradictions in Writers and Writing

Posted by on Jul 28, 2015 in Blog, Craft Talk, Fresh Ink, Inklings | Comments Off on Writerly Words from the Desk of Dru # 4: Contradictions in Writers and Writing

We will be bringing you advice from author Drusilla Campbell’s diaries, notes, talks, and interviews. Many of you remember Dru; she was an active member of our community as a former board president, instructor, and volunteer and is sorely missed. These pieces are edited/curated by her husband, Art Campbell. Edited and © 2015 by Art Campbell # 4: CONTRADICTIONS IN WRITERS & WRITING I know how contradictory it sounds to say your work as a writer is exhilarating—...

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Writerly Words from the Desk of Dru #3: Description versus Conflict

Posted by on Jul 22, 2015 in Blog, Craft Talk, Fresh Ink | Comments Off on Writerly Words from the Desk of Dru #3: Description versus Conflict

We will be bringing you advice from author Drusilla Campbell’s diaries, notes, talks, and interviews. Many of you remember Dru; she was an active member of our community as a former board president, instructor, and volunteer and is sorely missed. These pieces are edited/curated by her husband, Art Campbell. Edited and © 2015 by Art Campbell #3: Description versus Conflict Although I believe lengthy, colorful descriptions of physical settings can enrich fiction,...

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Writerly Words from the Desk of Dru #2: Different Sides of a Writer

Posted by on Jul 14, 2015 in Author Interviews, Blog, Craft Talk, Fresh Ink | Comments Off on Writerly Words from the Desk of Dru #2: Different Sides of a Writer

We will be bringing you advice from author Drusilla Campbell’s diaries, notes, talks, and interviews. Many of you remember Dru; she was an active member of our community as a former board president, instructor, and volunteer and is sorely missed. These pieces are edited/curated by her husband, Art Campbell. Edited and © 2015 by Art Campbell #2: Different Sides of a Writer Writing splits writers in two: the creative side and the critical. The writer’s dilemma is...

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Writerly Words from the Desk of Dru #1: How to Live an Artist’s Life as if it Matters

Posted by on Jul 7, 2015 in Author Interviews, Blog, Craft Talk, Fresh Ink | Comments Off on Writerly Words from the Desk of Dru #1: How to Live an Artist’s Life as if it Matters

We will be bringing you monthly advice from author Drusilla Campbell’s diaries, notes, talks, and interviews. Many of you remember Dru; she was an active member of our community as a former board president, instructor, and volunteer and is sorely missed. These pieces are edited/curated by her husband, Art Campbell. Edited and © 2015 by Art Campbell #1: How to Live an Artist’s Life as if it Matters First, commit to it. Second, frame daily events so you can take...

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Writing and Chakras

Posted by on Jun 22, 2015 in Blog, Fresh Ink, Inklings | Comments Off on Writing and Chakras

Writing and Chakras, a new class by Lara Eisenberg CHAKRAS The chakras, “wheels”, are energy centers in our body responsible for health and balance at all levels of our being.   Each chakra has a specific theme or core intention, organized along an evolutionary hierarchy of human needs.  They begin with survival needs and lead towards spiritual transformation.  Each chakra also has a main psychological, social and spiritual archetype which provide a framework...

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